A happy afternoon running the Ookestra (Beginner ukulele orchestra) workshop set with the Bayfield Ukulele Society. Lots of fun playing a little big band swing and rocking an 80s classic. Such a fun and talented group!
Join Cynthia K at her Ookestra workshop on Saturday July 14th at the Festival
The inaugural night of the new Parksville Ukulele Club at the Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Unit 5 – 1176 Franklins Gull Road (in the Industrial Area) on March 5th 2018 was tremendously successful; around 45 people attended.
Liz DeBarros will be holding a clinic there this Monday, March 12th; admission by donation. She will also be giving information on the two series of Group Lessons she will be giving at the club on alternate Mondays starting on Monday March 19th.
Click on the link below for more details
GZAL flyer for beginner lessons
GZAL flyer for strumming lessons
Starting on Monday 26th, there will be a “Sing & Strum” club on alternate Mondays lead by Ron Usher – drop in $10
There’s a new place for ukulele playing. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, #5 – 1176 Franklin’s Gull Road in Parksville.
Check out their website: http://www.gzalounge.com
There’s only 1 spot left in the morning workshop but plenty in the afternoon.
The Picking & Strumming Styles workshop has proved so popular that the Naked Waiters will be repeating it in the afternoon so we can accommodate everyone who wants to participate.
The workshop will be from 1.30 – 3.00pm and there will be 20 spots available, so buy your tickets early as they are selling out fast.
The Songwriting workshop will be reduced to 10 spots to accommodate this change.
SAVE THE DATES
SATURDAY JULY 14TH & SUNDAY JULY 15TH
THE 2018 NANAIMO UKULELE FESTIVAL
AT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD CHURCH
More details as we confirm instructors, workshops and performers
Four one-hour lessons 11am to noon on Fridays at The McMillan Arts Centre, 133, McMillan Street in Parksville
October 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th 2017
Have you been thinking about playing the ukulele but don’t know how to start, what to buy or how to learn?
In this four-week course, I’ll start by showing you the different sizes of ukuleles; you’ll be able to see which size suits you best. I’ll be covering the basics of picking and strumming and you can see if the ukulele is the instrument for you.
The cost is $60 and includes the course book. I will have ukuleles available to rent if you don’t have your own (damage deposit required) or to buy. For more information or to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-586-5803.
I am a Level 1 JHUI Certified Ukulele Teacher; play in a local band, teach ukulele at Arbutus Music in Nanaimo and at my home studio in Parksville.